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CA USERIES; OR, rOPICS OP THE DAY.

CA USERIES; OR, rOPICS OP THE DAY.

RELIGIOUS CONTROVERSY. -We were comfortably situated in the stage. The horses were under way, when a young man continued a conversation which it appeared had broken off at the last stopping place. "At any rate," said he, " I do not believe the story of Jonah swallowing the whale
October 18, 1845 - New Court Gazette - London, London, England
 
COUNTRY NRWS. -.4-..-

COUNTRY NRWS. -.4-..-

July 23.—This place is assuming a gay appearance; among the recent arrivals are the Marquis and Marchioness d'Anguillion, Lady Dynevor ' Lady Browne, Lady Frances Kerr, General Sir Dugald Gilmour, Sir Thomas Dancer, Bart., Lieutenant General Sir J. Gardiner, Bart., Lady Parker a
July 26, 1845 - New Court Gazette - London, London, England
 
COSMORAMA.

COSMORAMA.

Press of matter has hitherto prevented us from noticing Mr. Vidocq's performances. It may not be generally known that this gentleman (whose reputation is now European) adds to his celebrity that of the most perfect power of travestissement ever possessed. His imitation of a Char
July 26, 1845 - New Court Gazette - London, London, England
 
OBITUARY.

OBITUARY.

BATEMAN, .we regret to say, expired between six and seven o'clock on Tuesday morning, at the family residence in Portman-square. The noble lord had been rather indisposed since the 13th instant, but not so seriously as to create the least apprehension. On Sunday afternoon his di
July 26, 1845 - New Court Gazette - London, London, England
 
TILE FRAUDULENT IMPOSITION.

TILE FRAUDULENT IMPOSITION.

We allude to those unique _preparations and indispensable requisites for the Toilet, DELCROIX'S MACASSAR OIL, imported under the sanction of the Lords of the Treasury, for the use of her Most Gracious Majesty the Queen, H. R. H. Prince Albert, H. It. H. the Prince of Wales, and
July 26, 1845 - New Court Gazette - London, London, England
 
ELEcTRo PLATE SPOONS, FORKS, &c.— W. LIVERMORE, 30, Oxford street, being fully satisfied of the great merit of this mode

ELEcTRo PLATE SPOONS, FORKS, &c.— W. LIVERMORE, 30, Oxford street, being fully satisfied of the great merit of this mode

of plating, can with confidence recommend it to friends and the public, as being a good presentable article at the tables of the Nobility and Gentry, and invites an inspection of his stock, which is warranted the best London manufacture. Dish-covers in sets if Five for £l2 12s.
July 26, 1845 - New Court Gazette - London, London, England
 
ORIGIN AL TALES.

ORIGIN AL TALES.

THE DANGERS OF FLIRTATION. (Continued from our last.) Affliction one day, as she harked to the roar Of the stormy and struggling billow, Drew a beautiful form on the sands of the shore, With the branch of a weeping willow. Jupiter, struck with the noble plan, As he roam'd on the
June 21, 1845 - New Court Gazette - London, London, England
 
COVENT GARDEN.

COVENT GARDEN.

Meyerbeer's Robert le Diable has been given by the Brussels company to the entire satisfaction of their audience, by whom this splendid work has never been heard (in England) effectively since Mr. Monck Mason produced it, during his brief management of the Opera. • Robert le Dia
June 21, 1845 - New Court Gazette - London, London, England
 
FOU RTEENTI I EDITION.

FOU RTEENTI I EDITION.

Just published, price 2s. Gd.—free by post for 3s. Gd-, ANEW and IMPROVED EDMON of the SILENT FRIEND; containing Observations on Physical Decay, Debility, &c. By R. and L. & Co., Surgeons, 19, Berner's-street, Oxford-street, London. Published by the Authors, and sold at their re
June 21, 1845 - New Court Gazette - London, London, England
 
CHANOES.

CHANOES.

Viscount and Viscountess Massarene, from the Shelburn Hotel, Dublin, for Antrim Castle; Mr. and Lady Hervey, ;from Brighton, on it tour; the Duke of Norfolk, at Arundel Castle, from Worthing. -- WINDSOR, TIIURSDAY EVENING.—RETT/RN OF TIIE 'COURT TO THE CAsTLE.—A gentleman in the
September 13, 1845 - New Court Gazette - London, London, England